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Escalon(R) Announces China Registration for Sonomed PacScan(R) and E/Z-Scan(R) Series of A-scan, Pachymeter and B-Scan Systems

...can systems for enhanced diagnostic capabilities. Both systems are widely marketed internationally and have become some of the best-selling ophthalmic biometry and ultrasound imaging systems in the world. The company has immediate plans to market both series of instruments through its two existing distribut...

Bernstein honored with AACR Prevention Award

...nd Michael B. Sporn, M.D., of the Dartmouth Medical School, in 2002. Bernstein received her B.A. in Mathematics, M.S. in Gerontology, and Ph.D. in biometry from the University of Southern California. She rose through the academic ranks of USC, culminating with her current positions of Professor of Preven...

Race May Play a Role in Children’s Asthma Car

... medically necessary equipment and supplies and referrals to asthma specialists when needed.” Barbara Tilley, Ph.D., chair of the department of biometry and epidemiology at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, said the authors’ results were “consistent with other studies that indicat...

Cause of ‘Down Syndrome’ cannot be pinned down to maternal age aloe

...ght to the fore other factors alsowhich play a role. Markus Neuh?user and Sven Krackow researchers from the Institute of Medical Informatics, biometry and Epidemiology at University Hospital Essen, in Germany point out that the chances for a baby to be born with Down’s Syndrome would also depend on t...
Biometry in Medical Technology

Menicon Undertakes With the Novovision Clinic a Paediatric Myopia Control Clinical Trial

...re required in the OK group. The MCOS study offers a number of notable features: a prospective design; well matched samples and high resolution ocular biometry measures, which collectively should elucidate whether OK contact lens wear is a feasible method of myopia control. "The MCOS study aims, using a rig...
Biometry in Medical Products

Visante OCT Anterior Segment Imaging and Biometry

Description: Carl Zeiss Meditec's technological expertise in the diagnosis and monitoring of retinal disease became apparent with revolutionary instruments such as the Stratus OCT system. Now, with the introduction of the Visante OCT system, this same expertise is being applied to high-resolution, non-contact o...
Company:Carl Zeiss Meditec, Inc.

PalmScan AP2000: A-Scan & Pachymeter

Description:... Offering a unique, empowering alternative to bulky biometry devices that have dominated the industry for years, MMD's PalmScan AP2000 i...ltiple settings--doctors can now examine their patients at bedside, recheck biometry prior to surgery, and calculate IOL on the go. With its wealth of features,...
Company:Micro Medical Devices, Inc.

OcuScan RxP Ophthalmic Ultrasound System

Description:...at are both accurate and reproducible. Designed to enhance patient care by providing high quality eye measurements in an easy to use format for A-Scan biometry and Pachymetry applications, the OcuScan RxP represents a unique combination of ergonomics and advanced technology. With age-related velocity co...
Company:Alcon Laboratories

OTI-Scan 3D - 3D B & A Scan - Ophthalmic Ultrasound

Description:...s compact combination 3D B and A-scan system operates with a single Macintosh desktop or laptop computer and performs traditional B-scans, 3D B-scans, biometry and Diagnostic A-Scans....
Company:OTI Ophthalmic Technologies Inc.

A-Scan Biometric Analyzer Model P20

Description:...free operation, audible tone to minimize corneal compression errors, on-line help screens that summarize procedures, and a built-in printer. Immersion biometry is an additional option available in the Paradigm P20. Another extra feature is the ability to adjust the instrument for silicone lens measurement....
Company:Paradigm Medical Industries, Inc.

AXIS II

Description:... Improve your refractive outcome, with AXIS II precision biometry A-scan. biometry clinically proven as accurate as partial coherence interferometry while not...
Company:Quantel Medical, Inc.

UD-6000 Ultrasonic A/B Scanner and Biometer

Description:...sed in ophthalmology: The latest generation high resolution A/B-sector scanner, a diagnostic A-mode scanner with an optional probe and a sophisticated biometry system....
Company:Tomey Corp.

PalmScan P2000: Surgical Pachymeter

Features:...m to room Examine patients at bedside Handicap Accessible. Easy to keep charged. Just place the device on its charging cradle Recheck biometry prior to surgery Patient Data readily accessible Pachymeter record capacity: 5,000 (unlimited capacity with desktop archiving) Print to ex...
Company:Micro Medical Devices, Inc.

PalmScan A2000: A-Scan

Features:...ions Convenience: Eliminates the need to move patient from room to room Examine patients at bedside Handicap Accessible Recheck biometry prior to surgery Patient Data readily accessible Calculate IOL on the go Current AScan record capacity: 1,000 (unlimited capacity with des...
Company:Micro Medical Devices, Inc.

Aviso A/B

Features:...r for precise measurements of the Anterior Chamber. Fast new generation biometry with clinically proven precision equivalent to laser interferometry and 6 f... chamber structures (angle to angle sulcus to sulcus) Axis II PR style biometry (includes 6 formulas for "K Correction in post-refractive eyes Now ava...
Company:Quantel Medical, Inc.
Biometry in Biological News

Insights into micromillimeters

...between the Institutes of Pathology and of Medical biometry and Informatics at the University of Heidelberg an... says Dr. Niels Grabe of the Institute for Medical biometry and Informatics and research director at the TIGA ...nstitute of Pathology and the Institute of Medical biometry and Informatics with whom we can develop concrete ...

Down syndrome: It's not just the age factor

... child with Down Syndrome, other factors also play a role. According to Markus Neuhäuser and Sven Krackow, from the Institute of Medical Informatics, biometry and Epidemiology at University Hospital Essen, in Germany, the risk of a child being born with Down Syndrome is also dependent on how many existing si...
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